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Some Gave All

Time spent with chaplains is precious time. A few years ago we shared that precious time with a particular Navy chaplain who gave us a glimpse into his world of responsibility—which includes leading a chapel community, teaching Bible studies, completing administrative and training assignments (to name but a few of a myriad of tasks). . . .and being the notification officer and ministering chaplain to those in a wide circumference around his assigned duty station.
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Nightly Morning Prayers
May 20, 2019

Nightly Morning Prayers

A few years ago our church decided to reach out by email to our deployed couples with a nightly prayer--to be offered, at the same time, in the morning on the other side of the world. We decided to use Oswald Chambers’ daily prayers from his own personal journal, many written when he was a deployed chaplain. They are short in length, but long in meaning.
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Family Values
May 16, 2019

Family Values

One of the joys of traveling and meeting with military families is hearing the stories of how they are raising their children during these tumultuous times. Many of our families are being very intentional—making sure that their Christian faith is lived out as a priority no matter the demands of military duty. It is very encouraging, and humbling, to see this current generation of service members and their spouses being so diligent to teach the ways of the Lord to their children . . .
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Advice to Our Military Pre-Marrieds
May 13, 2019

Advice to Our Military Pre-Marrieds

I suppose it’s not very “military” to describe a young Army couple as adorable, but they were.  Their wedding date was a month away, and our pastor invited my husband and I to share tips for a successful military marriage.  No pressure!
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Take the Deployment Dare

Looking for a way to help your marriage thrive during deployment? Take the 40 Day Deployment Dare!

Based off the popular book The Love Dare, this 40 day challenge will help you and your spouse stay connected while apart.

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